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China's import ban on low-CV thermal
in-en.com  2013-5-23 15:18:11  

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The precise scope of China's proposed ban on the importation of lower calorific value thermal coal has become clearer after Platts was given sight of a copy of the relevant draft regulation and has been able to publish its contents for concerned market participants.

Translated by Platts into English, the draft regulation says the NEA is proposing that to enter China, imports of thermal coal should have a calorific value of at least 4,540 kcal/kg on a net-as-received basis, a maximum sulfur content of 1%, and a maximum limit for ash of 25% on an as-received basis, but does not include any detail on specifications for total moisture.

The proposed ban would be temporary in nature, says the NEA document without giving any more details.

Author:in-en.com  From:platts.com  Edit:Susan
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